CHRISTIAN SCHOOL SCIENCE CAMP
5th through 8th Grade
The Hume Lake Outdoor Education program is a Christ-centered, hands-on learning experience that will instill in students a passion for Christ, a respect for His creation and an understanding of the world around them.
Nestled deep in the Sequoia National Forest with multiple bodies of water and a variety of terrains & ecosystems, Hume Lake is the perfect classroom environment in which students will experience God’s creation.
Each of our outdoor adventure classes are designed to reinforce the state science standards you are teaching, while embedding our core values. Our energetic instructors will engage your students and make the learning process both fun and memorable while continually pointing students back to the creator. Time spent in chapels feature dynamic worship music, and an evening challenge from God’s word by our speakers, who live out what they teach, and know how to communicate with 5th – 8th grade students.
FOR THE 2022-2023 SCHOOL YEAR
Flight. Such a basic thing for birds, and yet something we as humans have spent centuries trying to understand and accomplish. In this class, students will learn the key principles of flight (such as Bernoulli’s principle). Then students will put what they have learned into play when they build their own glider and see if they can defeat the arch nemesis of flight: gravity.
Archery has been used for survival and sport for thousands of years. The Bible even uses the analogy of a skilled archer in comparison to the wisdom of good judgment. In comparison, Proverbs 26:18-19 says, “Like a maniac shooting flaming arrows of death is one who deceives their neighbor and says, ‘I was only joking!’ ” In this class, students will not only learn to aim true and shoot straight but also to consider the course of their actions and words.
We were created to live in community with others and point each other to Christ. Proverbs 27:17 says, “As iron sharpens iron, so one person sharpens another.” Students will be guided through the unique and fun challenges of Group Initiatives and will learn that sometimes we need to lean on each other for strength and that trust is important to the Christian life.
Leather is a versatile resource and has been used since Adam and Eve sinned in the Garden of Eden. Students will discover the secrets to processing animal hides to make them usable. They will also engage in a craft activity utilizing leather to express their creativity.
From the mighty grizzly bear to the tiny shrew, mammals have unique characteristics and roles in the environment. Students will be learning about various native Californian mammals, where they live, what they eat, who eats them, and how God made them to uniquely fit into their habitats.
Physics in Nature
Physics, (literally “knowledge of nature” in the Greek), is the study of matter and its motion through space and time as well as the study of related concepts such as energy and force. In this class, we will try to understand some basic physics concepts and how they affect the natural world. Appreciating physics in nature can help us gain a better understanding of why things happen around us as well as give us a larger view of the complex systems God has created.
Some older mapping services will suggest you take the 245. It is a curvy, winding road that will take you at least an additional hour. DO NOT take 245!
Bible, notebook, pencil, flashlight, sleeping bag, pillow, toiletries, warm and cool clothes, jacket, modest one-piece swimsuit (no tankinis), a towel for swimming and showering, a water bottle, $60 recommended spending money.
(Remember: Girls no bare midriffs or spaghetti straps; guys, no sagging.)
If your child is bringing medication or supplements, please send them in their original containers. We are not able to give medication that we cannot identify and dose from the original container. Sending medication in anything other than the original container may result in the camper not receiving it.
What Not to Bring
Drugs (unless prescribed by a doctor), alcohol, tobacco, fireworks, firearms, electronic devices.
Here’s how you’ll need to address your letter/package:
OE/SE – School Name
Camper Name – Date of Camp
64144 Hume Lake Rd
Hume, CA 93628
OE/SE – ABC123 School
Johnny Smith – October 9-13, 2017
64144 Hume Lake Rd
Hume, CA 93628
IMPORTANT: Please send five days prior to desired delivery date!
A Registered Nurse is around for each week of camp and there is a volunteer fire dept on-site with on-call EMT staff daily. There is a fully-stocked First Aid station with 24 hour access to counselors, and our registered nurse administers and ensures all daily medications are given to campers.
Please send any medications (including supplements) in the original container. Do not send common as needed medication like Tylenol & Ibuprofen as the infirmary has these available. Campers may only keep Epi pens and rescue inhalers with them. All other medications must be turned into the camp Nurse, and will be dispensed at each meal and before bedtime. A registered nurse will also be on-call to provide first aid.
- If and when you are needing to cancel any spots, it will forfeit the full deposit per spot for what the deposit is at the time of cancellation.
- If we are able to fill the canceled spots off the waiting list, we will only charge a $5/spot cancellation fee.
- We will offer a 100% refund for cancellations directly related to COVID-19 infection.
Pricing and Registration
2022 Fall Season
Oct 3-7, 2022
OCT 10-14, 2022
OCT 17-21, 2022
Speaker: Chip Henderson
2023 Spring Season
The following are early bird rates guaranteed when registered by 12/31/2022
Mar 27-31, 2023
Apr 10-14, 2023
Apr 17-21, 2023
Apr 24-28, 2023
Deposits are transferable and refundable
in the case of a canceled event